Aussie research goes global through new grants

University: Will look at childhood obesity and travel to the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States will develop the research further;

  • Gawaine Powell Davies, University of New South Wales: Will travel to The Netherlands, a good comparator country for Australia in this area, to examine coordination of care within primary health care and secondary care;

  • Lucio Naccarella, University of Melbourne: Will examine levers to influence medicine and outcomes for patients in Australia will travel London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine;

  • Professor John Wakerman and Professor John Humphreys, Flinders University: Will compare health concerns in remote Australia issues with a Canadian research team also dealing with remote populations; and

  • Professor Helen Christensen and Associate Professor Kathleen Griffiths, ANU: Will travel to the UK and the Netherlands to continue research examining the use of Internet tools for the management of anxiety and depression.


  • Contact: Frith Rayner
    Research Australia

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